Jacob Plant is one of our favorite up and coming dubstep artists. If you consider yourself a dubstep fan, you might recognize his fantastic remixes of Oh Land’s “Sun Of A Gun” and Benny Benassi’s “Control.” Skream and Benga just recently previewed Jacob’s upcoming remix of The Scarletz’ “Killer Instinct” on BBC radio 1. With support from two of the biggest names in bass music, you know it is good. If you like heavy bass and big time wobble dubstep then check this out below!
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